“GCC forum hears why radicalisation concerns us all”
The National reports:
“ABU DHABI // The unprecedented challenge that radicalisation poses to the Arab world and international community requires nations to join forces and develop common strategies, experts said on Wednesday.
At The Future Security of the GCC forum in Abu Dhabi, former senior officials, renowned academic and political researchers from the US and Arab region came together to address the threat of growing extremism around the world.
The forum, Fighting Extremism, organised by Trends Research and Advisory, an independent research centre operating out of the UAE, was the first of its kind to be held in the GCC.”
Read more at: http://www.thenational.ae/uae/government/gcc-forum-hears-why-radicalisation-concerns-us-all
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